i have never been overseas, anywhere. those places have always interested me though. i want to visit Abbey Road with three friends and have a photo taken of us walking acoss it like the Beatles. i like Ringo's outfit so i will dess like him
between western and eastern europe, i feel that eastern europe is less touristy. everything that you'd imagine that europe is with ancient castles and knights and endless forests, you'd find it in the eastern states of czech, romania and the likes rather than in western europe.
Hi! Must agree. I went to Paris and Lourdes last September and had a wonderful time. Paris especially was beautiful. The people were very pleasant and helpful, the food great and the coffee really gooood. Definately want back. Never been to Rome but did stop in Lake Como, Genoa, and surrounding areas. Milan , a city, but the Gallaria and La Scala was an experience. I had such a great experience that I really would love to take an apartment for a few months and travel using their great rail system. I really feel the same as you do. People who do not take the opportunity to experience travel are really loosing out of some of the best life has to offer.
I love traveling and meeting people, tasting foods, and touching history. I am not sure that I would turn down any reasonable trip. I have been to parts of Canada, USA, Italy, France, Mexico, and Puerto Rico. What I think I would like to see is Luxenburg, Austria, Sicily, Africa, England, and Austraila. Not too much to ask. My sister told me I should see Hawaii, but hubby wants to go to Aruba. I think the Florida Keys would also be fun. So this Feb. coming its off to Aruba first with maybe a stop in Rio. Let retired life begin. YEAH!!!
When I am done seeing all that I just wrote in my last post, it is off to the Orient. SOmetimes I think I should give up this house and sell or give away half of its contens and just live out of a suitcase. I went to the Kentucky derby via camper caravan in 2007 and had a great time. Met people who live all year round in them. Now mind you, most of them are $250,000 and up. They are homes on wheels. And they are not free of maintance needs, which are not cheap. They also depreciate in value. So I think that I rather rent places for a month at a time and then move on...
Any thoughts or advice on this way of traveling???
Well since I never really got a honeymoon except for two days on Maui I would love to have our real honeymoon and go to Ireland, then one day go to scotland, Australia, maybe go back to Hawaii to other islands, Greece, Egypt...
Cedar Rapids, Iowa and Corvalis, Oregon. Both places were significant to a good friend of mine who recently passed. For more long-term considerations, I'd like to go to Ireland and Sweden because I still have relatives there. I also must keep Las Vegas in mind if my team qualifies next spring.